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The use of nuclear power throughout the world is generally (Points : 5) uneven, ranging from 2 to 77%. uneven, ranging from 3-22%. consistent throughout the world.
steadily declining, with most countries planning on phasing out their nuclear plants.
The use of nuclear power throughout the world is generally uneven, ranging from 2 to 77%.
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User: The use of nuclear power throughout the world is generally (Points : 5) uneven, ranging from 2 to 77%. uneven, ranging from 3-22%. consistent throughout the world. steadily declining, with most countries planning on phasing out their nuclear plants.

Weegy: The use of nuclear power throughout the world is generally uneven, ranging from 2 to 77%.
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User: Radiation exposure immediately around a properly functioning nuclear power plant is about (Points : 5) 1% greater than the normal environmental background exposure. double normal environmental background exposure. 10 times higher than normal environmental background exposure. 100 times higher than normal environmental background exposure.

Weegy: In a normally functioning plant the radiation is close to 0.
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User: Radiation exposure immediately around a properly functioning nuclear power plant is about (Points : 5) 1% greater than the normal environmental background exposure. double normal environmental background exposure. 10 times higher than normal environmental background exposure. 100 times higher than normal environmental background exposure.

Weegy: In a normally functioning plant the radiation is close to 0.
johnlennons|Points 794|

User: The nuclear power accidents at Chernobyl and Three Mile Island are less likely in most modern U.S. nuclear power plants today because of (Points : 5) the use of different types of fuels in the nuclear cores that cannot cause a total meltdown. increased reliance on robots to avoid human errors. additional design features that provide more of safety. new nuclear power plant designs that require only 1% of the nuclear fuel.

Weegy: A. True
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User: Radiation exposure immediately around a properly functioning nuclear power plant is about (Points : 5) 1% greater than the normal environmental background exposure. double normal environmental background exposure. 10 times higher than normal environmental background exposure. 100 times higher than normal environmental background exposure

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